Broach Tool - Hand Held, PS10035 Port Serrations

NOTES: Unless Otherwise Specified
  • Replacement cutters may be purchased individually
  • Inspection of noted runout and use of controlled minor diameter per Rosan PS10035 port spicspecification will provide an allowable maximum runout of .009 between serration major diameter and controlled minor diameter after broaching.
APPLICATION: This broach tool, when used in arbor, hydraulic presses or manually, is designed to produce serrations in the counterbore wall of ports prepared per PS10035. The tool will broach aluminum, magnesium, and many steels with hardness of 32 HRC or less. Successful broaching of harder or tougher material may be accomplished, but tool cutter wear is to be expected.

METHOD: The pilot is inserted into the tap drill hole of PS10035 port, and sufficient force applied to the top of the mandrel to allow the cutter to broach into the counterbore. When the external shoulder of the mandrel contacts the internal shoulder of the body*, broaching is complete. If cutter sticks in counterbore, turn the nut in a clockwise direction to extract the cutter. Caution: nut is for cutter removal only and is not a stop. Always back off nut when broaching. Hole can be tapped before or after broaching.
Unit of Measure

Cutter Number

N/A RFOPB5016-3

A ± .015

N/A 1.730 Inch

B (+.0000/-.0010)

N/A 1.0719 Inch


N/A 5.620 Inch

D Hex

N/A 1.750 Inch

E (+.015/-.000)

N/A 0.075 Inch

To Produce
Serrations for
Port Number

N/A PS10035-16